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  School of Communication and Information 2013–2015 Academic Policies and Procedures Scholastic Standing  

Scholastic Standing

Undergraduate students must comply with the scholastic standing requirements of their four-year college.

Candidates for School of Communication and Information master's degrees are expected to earn grades of B or better in their coursework. Within each program, no more than 6 credits bearing a grade of C or C+, and no credits bearing a grade of F or IN, may be used in meeting requirements for the master's degree. A total of no more than 42 credits may be taken to meet degree requirements for the M.L.I.S. degree, or a total of no more than 54 credits to meet degree requirements for the M.C.I.S. degree, including credits bearing the grade of IN.

Policies governing the Ph.D. program may be found in the catalog of the Graduate School-New Brunswick.

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